Here is a link to our collection of Windows 8 and Metro Resources. Lots of good stuff in there and free resources available at that link, or just use the Resources menu.
It’s a work in progress that’ll keep growing so keep your eye on it.
My current role has me involved in several projects utilising the Microsoft Dyanamics AX framework. As part of my work I wanted to use Team Foundation Server to automate a build procedure that wasn’t specifically .NET and would require a custom build template to pull it off. I originally wrote our build templates for other projects using Team Foundation Server 2005. We had never bothered to upgrade them to the Windows Workflow style build templates but had rather utilised upgrade templates to get them to work. I had done a small amount of work with the new style of build templates but I needed to know more so I started doing some serious research on what had changed.
I use multiple monitors at my place of work to spread my development environment over the largest area possible. I have the code window on my left monitor and all of the other tool windows like Solution Explorer on my right monitor. This gives me the largest amount of work space possible for me to write code with as well as having quick access to the solution explorer and property windows.
It’s a image viewer which queries Flickr for pictures of beards. It also incorporates live maps to show geolocation information attached to the photos. Why beards? Because these days beards are becoming the “badge of the hipster” and hipsters must be eliminated. So I figure this would be a useful tool to identify and locate potential hipsters. 🙂 Continue reading…
Today I ran into an interesting error while trying to deploy a new version of a ClickOnce application that I maintain. When publishing my solution from Visual Studio 2008 (9) the following error would occur:
SignTool reported an error SignTool Error: Signtool requires CAPICOM version 126.96.36.199 or higher. Please copy the latest version of CAPICOM.dll into the directory that contains SignTool.exe. If CAPICOM.dll exists, you may not have proper permissions to install CAPICOM.
Follow these steps